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Moats now helping out young Eagles

Moats, as is his nature seemingly 24/7, smiles big and makes the following statement:
“I’ll help anybody, but I’m still learning, too, so I double check before I tell them. I want to make sure I’m telling them the right things.”
The Dallas product who set numerous ground rushing records at Tech before being a third round draftee of the Eagles in 2005 was in the same shoes of those newcomers oh-not-so-long ago.
He was a rookie trying to make the big leap from college to the pros and a year earlier than most prospects, no less.

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Crosses offer connection to servicemen

A team of five women is addressing this concern with Ryan’s Clinging Cross Ministry, which lets area people sponsor a cross for $10 to be sent as a sign of comfort to a serviceman or woman.
The ministry ships the curved crosses with a dove emblem in the center to military bases in Iraq.
Linda Echols introduced the cross sponsorship idea shortly after Ruston native Ryan Jones, for whom the ministry is named, was deployed to Camp Warhorse in Iraq.

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Story of notorious couple lives on

Over the next four years, the duo’s roller coaster of love carried them through neighboring states to rob banks, take hostages and gun down anyone who got in their paths.
The couple’s final ride came to an end in 1934 near Gibsland when six officers opened fire on a beige Ford containing the young lovers.

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Temple Baptist offers "clinging cross"

She said she heard of the Clinging Cross from a customer while she was shopping in a Christian bookstore, but kind of dismissed it until the following night when she awoke again to the idea of Ryan’s Clinging Cross Ministry.
“(God) just revealed things to me,” Echols said. “And the next night the same thing happened. It was a few weeks later that Ryan was deployed to Iraq.”
Ryan, who is currently deployed at Camp Warhorse in Iraq, is the son of Sherry Jones, a member of the Temple Baptist Church with Echols.

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